SOLD is my Seiko "62MAS reissue" dive watch, in excellent condition. This is a really nice watch that just wasn't getting the wrist time it deserved in my rotation. Sapphire crystal, Diashield anti-scratch coating, lovely finishing, curving lugs that are drilled for easier strap changes, incredible Seiko lume, and a gorgeous blue sunburst dial with a blue bezel that changes hues in the light. Maybe most critically for a Seiko, the chapter ring and bezel are nicely aligned - I don't notice it being off, and I've had plenty of Seikos that were. It's keeping good time and is all around a great watch in great shape that, through no fault of its own, isn't winning wrist time from my Speedmaster Pro and is too nice to just be sitting in my watch box.
This model normally comes on a rubber strap, but I'm selling one on the OEM bracelet, with an extra orange "parachute-style" single-pass (watch was mounted on once, decided I preferred the bracelet and put the bracelet back on). Original box/booklet/tags/extra bracelet links all included. Specs are:
Movement: Seiko 6R15 automatic w/ 50-hour power reserve
Crystal: sapphire crystal, with anti-reflection treatment
Case: brushed and polished stainless steel with Diashield anti-scratch coating
Dimensions: 42.6 mm diameter, 13.8mm height, 50mm lug-to-lug, 20mm lug width
Caseback: screw-in, steel
Dial: blue sunburst dial with applied indices
Strap/bracelet: OEM stainless steel bracelet w/ Diashield anti-scratch coating + 20mm orange single-pass elastic strap.
WR: 200 meters
It's yours, PP'd and shipped CONUS for $585. You can ask about trades but I would prefer to sell. I have had my eye on an Oris Aquis, possibly another dive watch, but I'll listen to any offers - worst I can say is no, right?
I have good references here on WUS, buying and selling, as well as on ebay and Reverb.com, where I am a preferred seller (musical instruments and gear). Thanks for looking and PM with any questions. Cheers!